Pat, noting that Radiohead "believes their albums should be listened to in their entirety and will not sell them online as singles," wonders:
# My CD player has a random feature. Am I allowed to listen to the Radiohead album on random play?
# The inside of my car is quite noisy and I'm thinking it might interfere with the "Radiohead experience." Can I listen to it in my car?
# At home I have two small JBL speakers for my stereo, are these "Radiohead approved?"
# What household activities am I allowed to do while I listen to the new Radiohead album? I'm guessing that dusting would be okay, while vacuuming would be right out...
You’d be forgiven for thinking the videocassette format long-dead, but it turns out that Betamax is still around. Sony is finally going to withdraw tapes from sale, bringing a 40-year story to an end. The last recorders were sold in 2002. ベータビデオカセットおよびマイクロMVカセットテープ出荷終了のお知らせ [Sony; via The Verge]
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